The "Zodiac" actress Chloe Sevigny and the co-star of Brad Pitt in "The Assassination of Jesse James by the Coward Robert Ford" Zooey Deschanel are both heading to a new indie film project entitled "Divorce Ranch". According to Variety, the two actresses have been signed to star in the comedy film.
In the film produced, directed and written by Michael Lindsay-Hogg, Sevigny is set to portray an actress who comes to a ranch with her young son to find a wealthy man and marry him, whereas Deschanel is going to portray the actress' assistant. The two will be working together when the film that is set in Nevada after World War II begins to take its principal photography in September.
Sevigny's shot to stardom came when she landed a role opposite Hilary Swank in 1999's drama film "Boys Don't Cry". For her role in the film, the depicter of Lana Tisedale was nominated for Academy Award and Golden Globes' best supporting actress. She will next be seen in "The Killing Room" and "Barry Munday". On Deschanel's part, she is known for her supporting roles in various movies, including "Almost Famous", "The Good Girl", "Elf" and "The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy". Her future film projects include "The Happening" and "Yes Man".